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InterContinental Montreal

Meeting Rooms

Descriptions Room Specs

Nineteen Meeting Rooms :

25,163.3ft² / 2,337.75m² of Meeting Space

Largest Room Capacity :

1,000 Reception Style

Largest Room Measurements :

300ft / 91.44m x 27ft / 8.23m
(ceiling height = 9,999ft / 3,047.7m)

Smallest Room Capacity :

10 Boardroom Style

Smallest Room Measurements :

21ft / 6.4m x 14ft / 4.27m
(ceiling height = 11.6ft / 3.54m)

A&S Nordheimer

With its 16-foot ceiling, its huge chandelier and its impressive windows, the ballroom will be an ideal place for your next meeting or special event. In addition to the spacious 3153 square feet room, the 5th floor offers a breathtaking hall, a prefunction area and a rooftop terrace.

C. Watson

With large windows, these conference rooms are ideal for board meetings. Equipped with a conference table and comfortable leather chairs they can accommodate twelve people. It is also possible to use these rooms for a working lunch.

A. Fraser

These brightly lit rooms are versatile and have beautiful bay windows. They are perfect for meetings, receptions, breakfasts, lunches or dinners. Classy and refined, these welcoming rooms will meet your expectations and provide a quiet and charming environment for your meeting.

L. Bellatini

These rooms are ideal for a more relaxed atmosphere, plenty of natural lighting from their magnificent windows. They are also suitable for lunch or a cocktail. Boasting large plasma screens, they offer comfort, while ensuring an immediate well-being. Bright and modern, these rooms will meet your expectations.

Chez Plume

Chez Plume lendsitself beautifully to all kinds of private events such as cocktails and luncheons. This meeting room can also be used for your lunch with the Butler package.

J. Archambault

The historic building Nordheimer houses the majority of our meeting rooms and hidden in its foundation are three magnificent stone vaults dating from the mid-18th century. J. Archambault is a perfect space for a small reception.

E. Albani

With large windows, these conference rooms are ideal for board meetings. Equipped with a conference table and comfortable leather chairs they can accommodate twelve people. It is also possible to use these rooms for a working lunch.

G. Heintzman

These rooms are ideal for a more relaxed atmosphere, plenty of natural lighting from their magnificent windows. They are also suitable for lunch or a cocktail. Boasting large plasma screens, they offer comfort, while ensuring an immediate well-being. Bright and modern, these rooms will meet your expectations.

A. Joseph

This unique and modern oval room is surrounded by interior windows. It has a natural light through skylights in which it is located. It is mainly used for meetings and cocktails. Attractive and unique, this room, as all those located in the Nordheimer conference center, is provided with a touch screen allowing full control of ventilation, background sound, brightness and temperature.

Unique and attractive, the A. Joseph is ideal for meetings or cocktails!

(up to 40 people depending on configuration)

C. Delafond

Often reserved together with Delafond, the Wilcom room shares a private entrance. It is ideal for meetings, lunches or as a lounge.This room, is provided with a touch screen allowing full control of ventilation, the background sound, brightness and temperature.

Art Gallery

A unique venue between the modern part of the hotel and the neo-Victorian building the Nordheimer Conference Center, La Galerie d’art is a distinct and intimate space, with easy access for hosting different types of events. Welcoming and attractive, La Galerie d’art is perfect for a business lunch or a delicious cocktail!

C.S. Stratton

Located in the Nordheimer, the historic building of the hotel, those two rooms are perfect to hold your meetings, dinners and cocktail receptions. Luxurious and a contemporary room the C. Stratton S. is ideal for a meeting and can be combined with the C. S. Sherwood.

G. Belfour

These brightly lit rooms are versatile and have beautiful bay windows. They are perfect for meetings, receptions, breakfasts, lunches or dinners. Classy and refined, these welcoming rooms will meet your expectations and provide a quiet and charming environment for your meeting.

W. Wilcom

Often reserved together with Delafond, the Wilcom room shares a private entrance. It is ideal for meetings, lunches or as a lounge.This room, is provided with a touch screen allowing full control of ventilation, the background sound, brightness and temperature.

C. Sherwood S.

Located in the Nordheimer, the historic building of the hotel, those two rooms are perfect to hold your meetings, dinners and cocktail receptions. Luxurious and a contemporary room the C. Stratton S. is ideal for a meeting and can be combined with the C. S. Sherwood.

M. Ravel

Whether you prefer a theater or a classroom set-up, Ravel fits most configurations. Bright and luxurious, this room shows the perfect blend of good taste and elegance.

S. Bernhardt

With a classic style and a unique elegance, this room envelops you with its stylish woodwork, its warm and luxurious colors. The S. Bernhardt ballroom is the ideal choice for a banquet or any other style of meeting.

The Ruelle des Fortifications

La Ruelle des fortifications is an exceptional setting in which to host your events. Awash in natural light cascading down from the glass ceiling, this welcoming atrium exudes charm and elegance. La Ruelle des fortifications can accommodate various configurations to create the perfect venue that rises to the occasion providing an unforgettable evening for your guests.

Les Voûtes

The historic building Nordheimer houses the majority of our meeting rooms and hidden in its foundation are three magnificent stone vaults dating from the mid-18th century. Les Voûtes is suitable for lunches and dinners.

Nordheimer building

Echoing a timeless elegance, the Nordheimer is a building steeped in history. In 1856, the Nordheimer brothers opened up a music shop and amphitheatre on this site. Following the building’s unfortunate destruction by fire in 1886, the building is rebuild by the Nordheimer brothers and architect John James Browne. Towards the end of the 1980s, this fragment of Montreal history was integrated into the Centre de Commerce Mondial and the InterContinental Montreal.

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